Kristi Lazzari is a writer, blogger, mom and chaotic ADHDer who lives in rural Alabama. Kristi is passionate about mental health awareness, with particular interest in ADHD, anxiety, depression and self-harm. As a single mom to a teenage daughter who is also ADHD, there is plenty of madness and mayhem in the day.
Kristi works in a restaurant and as a freelance writer. She is a novelist with two books currently published, and she writes about her life with ADHD on her blog, ADHD Kristi & Co. She loves writing in all its forms; books, short stories, blogs and articles.
She enjoys spending time with her daughter, knitting, and cooking. She is particularly interested in the health benefits of following a plant-based diet. She loves museums, music and classic movies and loathes sushi, mice and confrontation; not necessarily in that order.
Some of the best activities for kids with ADHD may include organized outdoor and indoor sports, clubs, and art therapy. Find out more activities here.
"What does ADHD mean to me? It's more than a diagnosis. ADHD means random thoughts, creativity, and much more." Kristi shares what ADHD means to her.
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